Jupiter has a set of global options and a set of individual page options. Global options are applied to all pages across your whole website, whereas page options allow you to override the global settings on a specific page. This gives you the ability to, for example, have a unique logo on one page, while all the other pages have the default logo.

Global Options

To access the global options:

1From the WordPress left menu, go to Jupiter > Theme Options

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This set of options will be applied to the pages across the whole website.

Page Options

To access the page options:

1From the WordPress left menu, go to Pages.

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2From pages, enter a specific page that you wish to configure

By scrolling down you will notice Jupiter Page Options and Jupiter Styling Options. These options will override the global options, and will be applied only to this specific page.


Global Options vs Page Options

Below, we’ll give some examples and uses of the global and page options.

Setting a Global Background Color

To set a background color which will be used on all of the pages:

1From the WordPress left menu, go to Jupiter > Theme Options > Main Content > Layout & Backgrounds.

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2In the Background Color & Texture option, pick a section and click on Edit.

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3Click on Select Color and set your color.

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4Click on Apply and Save Settings.

Setting a Page Specific Background Color

To set a background color which will be used only on a specific page:

1From the WordPress left menu, go to Pages.

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2From Pages, enter a specific page for which you wish to change the background color.
3Scroll down to Jupiter Styling Options and enable Override Global Settings.

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4In the Background Color & Texture option, pick a section.

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5Click on Select Color and set your color.

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6Click on Apply and update the page.